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Bluff Lake Trail - No. 65

Contact Info
Gifford Pinchot National Forest
10024 US Hwy. 12
PO Box 670
Randle, WA

Phone:
360-497-1100
Basics
Location:
In the Goat Rocks Wilderness
Length:
6.6 miles
Elevation Range:
2840 feet to 6350 feet
Elevation Change:
3510 feet

Description

From Road 4612, this trail climbs east to Bluff Lake. From there it climbs to a sub alpine landscape, ending at the junction of Clear Lost Trail No. 76 and Packwood Lake Trail No. 78 near the former site of Lost Lake Lookout. Features include Bluff Lake, Huntington Berry Patch, Coal Creek Mountain and Bear Grass Butte.

The Bluff Lake Trail was used by Native Americans to access a ridge system used by mountain goat hunters.

The trail is steep with exposures

Details

Location:
In the Goat Rocks Wilderness
Length:
6.6 miles
Elevation Range:
2840 feet to 6350
Elevation Change:
3510

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